Tag: New York City
More than 1 million households in New York City are rent-burdened, which means they are paying 30 percent or more of household income on rent, and nearly 600,000 of those households are severely rent-burdened, or paying more than 50 percent of their income on rent, according to the newly released NYU Furman Center/Capital One Affordable Rental Housing Landscape.
Foodborne illnesses are a major problem in the United States. Each year in the U.S. 76 million get sick from some type of foodborne illness. So it’s important that we have a way to rate restaurants so that customers know where to go and where to avoid according to how sanitary the restaurant is. Check out the infographic below from LetterGradeConsultants to learn about the letter grade system, specifically in NYC.
New Yorkers are faced with infinite struggles in their daily life including higher taxes, congestion, transportation delays, $5 cups of coffee, and so much more. But the one thing they have over any other city in the world is a safe, (usually) reliable, 24/7 means of public transportation – the subway.
So you are planning a trip to Manhattan? You may have some preconceived notions about what New York City is all about, so The Beekman Tower Hotel has put together a fun infographic to help you learn a little bit more about The Big Apple.
London and New York are two of the world’s most influential cities. This infographic from onefinestay details some of the key statistics from each city, from travel and accommodation stats to salary information. Which city will reign supreme?
Did you know that Staten Island was named after the Dutch Parliament? Or the Bronx zoo is the largest metro zoo in the US? The Five New York City Boroughs are full of dramatic history, fantastic sights, famous eats, and attractions galore. The following infographic published by Marriott will give you a history lesson and also some modern day tips.